Showcasing the Impact of your Research, Scholarship, and Creative Works
Impact describes the reach and influence of a scholar’s work and is useful in self-evaluation, funding, recruitment, tenure and promotion, and more. Attend this interactive workshop on the methods of describing and potentially increasing the reach of your scholarship. Participants will become familiar with the scope of available metrics, learn of tools and strategies to promote impact (including researcher IDs and open access repositories), and understand some of the challenges and controversies surrounding impact metrics. There will be time to engage with fellow colleagues and to get started exploring your own impact story. The target audience for this workshop is faculty and graduate students in all disciplines, but registration is open to all.
The presenter will be Nicole Webber, Assistant Professor / Business & Communication Librarian.
This session is the third in our six-part Researcher Workshop Series for 2018-2019. Other workshops will take place in Spring 2019 (dates TBD). We hope to see you at future workshops!
- Thursday, November 15, 2018
- 4:00pm - 5:30pm
- Michener Library Room 303